Sunday, May 23, 2010

Stop by for some Faerie Tea

Please join me for some delightful Faerie Tea in this cozy tea room just off the garden path. We can sit around the central nectar pot where the tea is brewing and relax on the fragrant petals of the last of the spring Narcissus. If there are showers, no problem, the other Narcissus on the roof will keep the stray drops from entering the open door as we gaze out onto the splendid garden and watch the deer come by to nibble on the tender new green shoots down at the edge of the meadow.

The tea will be fresh mint leaves steeped overnight in dewdrops. Sweetened with Honeysuckle blossoms , if desired. Ahhhhhh... yummie!

I need a few moments to relax and unwind from the week-end's busy events. The show was wonderfully successful and I'll have a full report in a few days.

Meanwhile, have another cuppa... and a pollen cupcake, perhaps, to go with the tea?

1 comment:

Bonnie K said...

Oh how lovely! I just finished my "afternoon cup of tea", and I think I will go make another.

Glad that show was a success. Looking forward to hearing all about it.

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